I have what I think is the most beautiful rooster. When I got Zebanon from our local feed store he was just a tiny little 8 week old guy still growing in his wattles. They got him from another local lady who said his mom was a silver laced Wyandotte, but she didn't know which one of her roosters was the dad. He's turned into a huge, lovely boy who's gentle with his ladies, watchful, a little stand-offish to petting, but otherwise a perfect gentleman. He's BIG too, a hefty, solid bird, with this amazing tail. Now i'm really starting to wonder, what other breed helped contribute to making him the gorgeous creature he is today? He might not be purebred, but he is, dare I say, the perfect, picturesque rooster that most would be jealous to have strutting around their barnyard. The biggest clues I have to his parentage are his tall, elegantly curving tail, a rusty red color on his wing coverts and saddle feathers, and and orange-red tint to his leg scales. My best guess: maybe a Welsummer?